The "In-home Raised" DifferenceAll Dr Jennifer’s Havanese puppies are born and raised in-home with lots of attention from the children. The in-home raised approach ensures each puppy is well socialized with adults, children and other animals. This personal attention by Dr. Jennifer and her family during early development produces as healthy a puppy, physically and emotionally, as you will find.
Our Havanese puppies are litter box trained. This provides an easy transition to house training because the puppy understands there is a place to potty and a place not to potty. Puppies are free to exercise in an indoor pen. Families have the peace of mind of knowing that while they are gone, their puppy has food, water, exercise space and can potty and there is no reason to constantly rush home.
What makes Havanese special?Havanese are the best kept secret of all house dogs! They are cheerful and friendly without being yappy or excessively energetic. They are wonderful with children, patient and playful. They bond with all the members of the home, not just one as many breeds do. They bark when someone is at the door, but are otherwise quiet. They do not shed, which is a wonderful blessing for all us moms out there! They are hypoallergenic, which allows those with allergies to enjoy the privilege of being a dog owner. Havanese are small enough to be easy to manage around the house. They are sturdier than many small breeds, so less likely to be injured. They enjoy the rough and tumble play of a six year old boy and the snuggling offered by the girls of the house. Havanese have very few health problems as a breed. Juvenile cataracts are the main health problem found in Havanese as a breed, but we do not have this problem in our line of dogs.
Puppy Options and Services for All SituationsDr Jennifer’s Havanese has a variety of puppy options to fit most everyone’s needs. We are a small in-home breeder for premium care and socialization. Puppies are allowed to go home at around 8 to 10 weeks of age when they are ready.